Remlinger Farms offers exciting Part Time and Full Time Seasonal Employment in a fun, family environment!
Our seasonal employment opportunities run from May through October each year. Positions are available for employment with our Pony Barn, Country Fair Fun Park, Corporate Picnics, October Tours and October Harvest Festival; the Restaurant, Snack Bar, and Farm Market; and our U-Pick Fields. Our farm also offers seasonal management positions that can be a great resume builder!
You must be at least 14 years old to work at the farm and must be available to work weekends to be considered for employment.
The Hiring Process
Since Remlinger Farms hires almost 200 employees each summer, we have developed a very streamlined hiring process with one interview allowing you to be considered for employment with any one of the independent companies that do business as Remlinger Farms.
- First, click on EACH of the icons below to bring up the forms to be filled out. We require the first 3 (Application Form, W-4, and I-9 Form) for everyone 18 and older, and all 4 (Minor Authorization form included) for all minors. These forms can all be filled out electronically, then printed out and brought to our office.
- Next, stop by or call the farm office, (425) 333-4135, to reserve a space in one of our group interviews. This group interview will last about an hour and a half and will give you a basic orientation about employment at the farm and our safety policies.
After the informational portion of the interview, you will meet one-on-one with a manager to discuss your skills, previous experience, and desired area of employment. At this time, the manager will go over your employment paperwork with you and will determine if any additional forms are needed (e.g. Emergency Contact Form, or Minor Form for workers under 18 years of age).
Be sure to bring all of your completed paperwork with you to your interview.
With your application, you will need to provide your Social Security Card, current ID, proof of age (if under 18 years old), and any additional documentation as required by the Federal Government (see the I-9 form in the application packet for more information).
You will be contacted after your interview to discuss which areas you are being considered for and any training and start dates. In some cases, a second interview may be necessary to meet with an individual department manager.
We hope to see you soon!